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for the kaiak. it is unusual to catch that on camera and ice zack said -- eye zack said he is happy he lived to tell the tale. >>> a family is taking up an area along this area and it's heavily used by beavers and cyclists. it is the first time in more than 38 years that a beaver moved in to this family and it includes a female beaver pregnant with two pups. >>> and the video was taken at an outlet, and you can see two gentleman walking to the store, one man goes behind and points a gun at his head and demands cash. >> i don't know what he said but after that he shot up at the air and asked for money from the ridgester. >> -- ridgester. >> police believe the two men are responsible for seven armed robberies and there is a $20,000 reward in this case. >>> they have filed a motion for a man accused of crashing his car into a wal-mart. he faces charges in connection to the wal-mart crash on east every sunday. they want to consolidate the case with the december 16th incident in which he is also accused of slamming into a mini- mart. thank to a feature called partner categories, advertisers can t
to come. today, our commitment to the gulf, and to america, has never been stronger. >> is zack and i played text and my parents emphasized that. >> over the years jason figured if it helped zack it could help others with autism >> the only thing that happens is they have to stay that status until at least 10 years elapsings and triggers are met. the onlying thing they get is a chance to apply for a green card via the legal immigration system. >> senator marco rubio earlier in the program starting a hard sell of immigration reform. we're back with the panel. you heard senator rubio and others, other senators, talk about it today. a lot of the details, senator brown, have been leaked. from what you have heard so far, what do you think of the gang of eight's immigration plan and what do you think of the conservative criticism that however you want to dress it up, it's amnesty. >> i had an opportunity to speak to marco last night. i got a briefing on what he was trying to do. similar to what he was doing before when i was in the senate. it's a good start. he pointed out there are 92 othe
it with infants. they're too sensitive and vulnerable for that. all ready for ya. all ready. look at zack. get him. hey, you. joanne: caring for infants requires more than a love for babies. hi. hi. you going to talk to me? can you talk to me? joanne: group care for infants requires a genuine commitment to developing special skills and knowledge. that's the one that comes in september? august. august. that's right. right, ashley? you're going to be here in august. can i hold you for a minute? continuing the family legacy. joanne: it also requires a commitment to sustain caring, affectionate relationships with each baby and their family. no. no? she says no. ha ha ha! hey, how are you? you happy to be here? in a few years, you'll be sitting on that chair and singing. right? joanne: in infant day-care settings, it is the quality of our relationships that determines the quality of care. why do you think such a consistent, long-term relationship is so important to an infant's development? babies need a steady, consistent, small group of people to whom they can relate. it takes lots of time and consist
sector, sheraz mian. he's with zacks. good morning to you. how are bank profits overall stacking up? - so far so good. we have heard from some of the best players in the industry at this stage, particularly the ones we heard from on friday, jp morgan and wells fargo. the growth rates look much better relative to preseason expectations. there were surprises - positive ones, particularly on the bottom line. top-line is a bit on the weak side. loan growth is a bit problematic. the mortgage business appears to be slowing down. and most of the positive surprise came from the loan loss of reserves, which are relatively lower quality earnings compared to the regular coal banking earnings. capital markets business is doing well. we did not see many of those issues with the citigroup result monday morning. so it is overall not a bad picture. - and you are looking into the numbers. are you noticing any positive or negative signs going forward into the next quarter that could be revealed with earnings? - absolutely. the one element that had been a strong prop for earnings this quarter and also in re
to the being on your meds, paranoia. >> don't make fee feel like i'm crazy, zack. >> i loved you. and i would never let anything happen to you. >> rose: tell me about belleville from the moment you said i'm going to write this. >> it was a very long gestation process for this play, gestation period. i started thinking about the idea in 2006 or 2007. >> rose: and what were you thinking about? >> i was thinking about a marriage with an enormous lie at the core that et gos revealed over the course of the play. >> rose: that he doesn't have i job s that the lie. >> yes, that's the lie. that's one of the lies but the biggest one. and i wrote first draft. i threw it out, another first draft and through it out and i wrote a draft in 2011 that came the draft that stuck. >> rose: so go through the process. so far you have decided this is the next-- ex-pat couple in pairs. they're looking for what? >> well, ostensibly zack has a job there he's working for doctor was borders and his wife abbey who has been at see since her mother died is am coulding along with this sort of fantasy vision of what par sis
started when jason was a kid. he and his parents noticed brother zack, four years older was different. >> zack could struggle with doing homework or remembering certain things in the morning or getting ready for school. >> one thing seemed to help. >> forehand, nice, nice. >> zack and i would play tennis and we could see the importance and help him stay calm and on task. >> all right, guys, we're going to do one big lap. >> over the years jason figured it it helped zack it could help other children with autism. and he started you, too, tennis. >> and get more kids involved. >> why did you call it, you, too. >> and children with autism normally wouldn't engage in a sport and who may also be behind. and you, too, now they have a chance to play a sport and feel a sense of belonging and ownership and i think they enjoy interacting with the high school kids. >> that presented another problem. >> jason is going to college next year, and he worries the program would die when he left. so, he's been teaching some of the younger kids from potomac high school how to keep it going. >> when it com
in zack of the first bay area student going through the philadelphia. the al american a of controversy after the incident of who he said had a relationship with a woman had died and later found out who she did not exist. >>> well, in this case it is a lot more than just a pretty penny how one long forgotten nickel ended up being worth 60 million time of its original value. >>> meteorologist will let us know some of us will be feeling the heat in the the middle of the day. also, you can watch the weather live on your computer, get the app or go to ktvu.com. >>> new electrical distribution center, reroute electricity across the area in minutes during a natural disaster. others will be rebuilt in build. >>> our meteorologist mark is here and all afternoon he's been answering what does the weekend looks like for us in the news room, he's telling us tonight. >> basically for both saturday and sunday, temperatures will be warming back up. but, by sunday the warmest location can be inch closer to 90 degrees. as far as temperatures today they range from 50s. a few low 80s and a live storm trac
is zack kopplin, who is a sophomore at rice university and is fighting to keep creationism out of public schools. he comes to us tonight from houston, texas. thanks for being with us. why did you decide to take on this issue? and what do you find troubling about the act? >> the louisiana science education act is a lou that allows, quote, critiques of established science like evolution and climate change using [ inaudible ] materials, and in that statement, he also indicated this to the louisiana science education act. this law allows do you critique these science with supplemental materials. the evolution issues aren't controversial to scientists, they are only controversial to louisiana politicians. so i began a campaign to repeal this bad law. >> michael: if you were able to sit down with governor jindal, what would you say to him? >> i would remind him that he's a down university biology major. he understands in his heart of hearts exactly how vital evolution is to biology, to medicine agriculture, and how we must be teaching our students that. gover
, zack greinke plunked carlos quentin in the arm with a pinch on a full count. quentin charges the mound and wrestles the dodger to the ground. the benches empty and both players end up at the bottom of a huge dog pile. greinke woke up with a broken left collarbone and quentin was ejected. dodgers got the win. >>> in the nba, nate robinson scored a season high 35 points and jimmy butler added 22 as the chicago bulls rally to beat the new york knicks 118-111 in overtime. the loss ended the knicks' 13-game winning streak. >>> the world's coolest marathon took place wednesday. ireland's gary thorneton beat out competitors from all over the world. >> today's course, it's about minus 30 degrees centigrade right now, so it's very, very cold. the course is also very trying. there are parts where the ice is quite solid, but at least half the course is tough. people will be sinking and in some cases sinking up to their knees. >> that does not sound like fun. >>> just ahead, what's new at theaters this weekend. you are watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here's your weekend forecast. we're w
: interactive video programs like skype and facetime are building a base of silver surfers like barbara zack in florida who uses it to connect to far away family. >> i can watch my grandchildren grow up. i can watch them in their daily lives. that, to me, is priceless. >> reporter: in ohio, nancy lemon learned to text when her teenage grandson stopped answering his phone. >> when i get a message from him saying "i love you" it makes it all worth it. >> reporter: there is growing research that these connections are good for seniors' health. one study found getting tech smart can improve cognitive abilities. senior centers, libraries and college extension programs are all helping meet the growing demand for classes around the country. >> if you can't beat them, join them. >> reporter: even if there are bumps in the learning curve along the way. >> there's something wrong. >> reporter: chris jansing, nbc news, new york. >> we'll take a break. we're back in a moment with what the president said today a politician should never do. >>> president obama was presenting the naval academy football team
". >> thanks tonight music from zack brown band from family tools and 1 and only martin short is here with us. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ >> san francisco police policy could be putting your car at risk of being stolen. in fact vallejo man says it cost him his ride. >> i team magazines and more on what happened itch the victim rick wilson says the police towed his car and when he went to pick it up it was gone. something the officer did made the vehicle an easy target for a thief. >> driving a rental car provided by his insurance company is not how rick wilson wants to get around. he has no choice. this 1986 ford mustang was his prized possession. >> car had more sentimental value than dollar value. >>reporter: it was his girlfriend's she passed away a few years ago. >> we had a passion for mustang.
,000 for the gift cards. petaluma police believe 18 year-old zack fortune is the main suspect. they said early thursday morning fortune stole a box with about 900 gift cards inside intended for an elementary school fund-raiser from the back of a parent's car. on friday suspect robert reid and andre rojas got caught stealing at this cold store. police found the stolen the cars on the two men and, that lead to zack fortune. a surge more was heard on this house where police found a stolen gift cards. >> hell will please say only 650 of the 900 gift cards were recovered. they believe the remaining 250 gift cards may have been sold. >> san francisco giants have their reward for all of last season's hard work. the team was presented with the world series champions to bring before yesterday's game. the tiffany ring for brought to the ballpark by motorize cable car with a police escort. giants closer sergio romo sums up what remains of the players. >> the first 40,000 fans at the park got these replica of lanes. the jury may have softened the blow of the giants losing the game yesterday. san francisco
overt hazard shank to zack efron sucks to jello pudding pops. can't get more american than that. ( cheers and applause ). >> jon: yellow pudding pops? the last few, aasif, i'm pretty sure at least two of those were not actually anagrams. >> i do not know how anagrams work, jon. >> jon: aasif mandvi, everybody. ( cheers and applause ). >> jon: welcome back to the show. welcome back. it's important to give credit where credit is due. this past week no one has been more deserving than nbc. pete williams did a great job when he was covering this terror attack. brian williams did a great job. serena williams, i thought, was very good. robin williams, will i am, everyone in the entire nbc williams' family. of course, there were the occasional news slip-ups. your new york post. might have misidentified two high school students at terrorists and put them on the cover of their newspaper. but, you know, obviously a paper run by accuracy aficionado rupert murdoch would obviously be quick to correct such an egregious mistake. >> rupert murdoch the owner of the new york post has not apologiz
the bottle rock festival they'll be jamming from noon to 10:00 at night. >> that's where zack brown and the kings of leon. >> reporter: it was easy to get headliners to agree to come play in napa. but winning over residents a different tune. >> it might blow up in their faces and they could have five days of crisis management. >> yeah this is we're breaking new ground here so there's a little bit of trepidation like what is it going to be? >> reporter: it's going to be napa's biggest event ever. 60 bounds in three days tucked into the complex downtown. food and wine all local. >> you would be able to get oysters to go with your blanc. >> reporter: a one day ticket is $139. they max out at 600 for a vip pass. >> on thursday that will be primus another bay area iconic band. >> reporter: organizers have been -- have tried to meet every need. bottle rock will be more than the fair. smaller than the arts festival in san francisco's golden gate park. >> it's transformative historic event for this valley. >> reporter: the founders hope bottle rock becomes a napa tradition. but that depend
the padres outfielder carlos hit by zack greinke's pitch. he charges the mound, plows right into greinke and next came the all-out mayhem. nothing like a bench brawl, right? but it's the initial hit that might be bigger than the brawl. and it might be a bigger issue altogether in a courtroom. zack greinke suffered a broken collarbone from this and not out of the realm of possibilities that the injury could effect his season, his future. can i remind you that greinke has a $147 million contract with the dodgers? guess the question becomes can anybody sue over this? sunny hostin and joey jackson are back with me. i didn't expect that i was going to talk sports with you, but i am. i'm going to start with you, sunny. can anybody sue? can the injured player sue? can his team sue the other team? >> yeah, you know, i still can't believe that grown men are rushing each other on a professional sports players are doing this kind of thing. but absolutely i think a lawsuit is possible. a civil lawsuit. i mean, this could be -- this could be a season-ender. i don't know if it's a career ender, but, y
in and zacked -- zapped him with a stungun. >>> he is getting hurt more seriously than he was. >>> he was arrested on suspicious and could -- on suspicion and could face up to a year in jail. the woman is not facing any charges with the stungun. >>> george gas cone will talk about the danger they are resent -- presenting for pedestrians. they will hold a news conference and gas cone said distracted driving is leaving the state with the number of pedestrians while moving in across walk. >>> in san francisco, fire is rising from a home on holiday avenue. this is very close to caesar chavez and 101. firefighters are seeming to making progress and now it seems to be dying down, we are not sure if anybody was injured and we will let you know what is going on, on holiday and san francisco. traffic is backed up for a 20 minute delay and bart had earlier problems but now bart is recovering and they are on time. 6:37 let's go to steve. >>> patchy low clouds, some on the coast, not all over the place, this system is open to a westerly breeze, 50s, 60s and 70s. >>> coming up on mornings on 2, wh
late last night. things got a little heated between the dodgers and the padres. zack greinke plunks carlos quinton. he says something to him. charges the ground. greinke does not give ground. gave bup about 35 pounds in the fight. greinke just signed a guaranteed contract. run the other way. he actually lowers his shoulder into him and he broke his collarbone on the play. greinke could easily be out a month or two months. comes right at the start of the season with that big, huge contract. kemp also got into the mix. as did skwerry hairston late. they both get tossed. flaert the parking lot, matt kemp confronted quentin in the parking lot after the game. no footage unfortunately. security did break it up before it escalated. the dodgers did win. we'll tell you more about all the fines and suspensions probably on monday. >>> to the nba, knicks looking to extend their win streak to 14. they are in chicago against the bulls. remember the bulls? they also broke the miami heat's win streak. fourth quarter, heinrich grabs his own rebound. connects with the three. gives the bulls their fir
million pitcher, zack greinke hits carlos quentin but he charges the mound. greinke left with a broken collarbone. she' he'll have surgery this weekend and is likely out for a couple of months. this isn't the first time they have gotten into it. greinke has hit quentin with a pitch three times in the last few years. greinke claims they were all unintentional. >> we'll be right back. >>> ready for her close-up. san francisco zoo's new tiger cub met her adoring public today. the 2-month-old still to be named female cub went on display today. she got a chance to romp around the new exhibit. mommy not too far, having to carry her around a little bit but she does like those stairs on the moat. >> she did discover the staircase at the other end of the moat the other day and that's just been the game of choice. going up the staircase. mom follows here upstairs and brings her back downstairs. she discovered a bush that the cub is having a great time playing with. >> there are fewer than 500 sumatran tigers left in the world. she's the first to be born at that zoo since 2008. there's mommy watc
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to 4-6 grienke broken collarbone last night in san diego dodgers pitcher zack grienke suffered a broken left collarbone after he hit padres hitter carlos quentin with a pitch and quentin rushed the mound inciting a benches clearing brawl he is going to mess two months. he is going to mass- two months. and curry had 32 points. right now, 57-27 right now. when we come back, e-mail with some angry e-mails. they are angry about kevin's popcorn...issue.. and was it just a couple of people that said that you do not look that bad? out in public. and no matter what they say, you really look good. >> i'd rather look great. and a luci of lisi say that he a great looking man. >> and he is good-looking to me is what she says. l [laughter] >> it is all that matters. we will be right back. . >> my daughter heard thus and she said. >> i want to say his name. >> the guy from the safe nature. has offered hioffered her-and part-time jobs. save nature. >> and the popcorn joke was funny! >>gary: that was all about me. and i do not like 10 people against one person and you had to people against two people b
. >> all coming. later on "jimmy kimmel live". >> thanks tonight music from zack brown band from family tools and 1 and only martin short is here with us. >> you make me feel so relaxed >> you make me feel so relaxed >> san francisco police policy could be putting your car at risk of being stolen. in fact vallejo man says it cost him his ride. >> i team magazines and more on what happened itch the victim rick wilson says the police towed his car and when he went to pick it up it was gone. something the officer did made the vehicle an easy target for a thief. >> driving a rental car provided by his insurance company is not how rick wilson wants to get around. he has no choice. this 1986 ford mustang was his prized possession. >> car had more sentimental value than dollar value. >>reporter: it was his girlfriend's she passed away a few years ago. >> we had a passion for mustang. car club together. >>reporter: back in february wilson and friends were out on the town. they got no a brawl with a group of other guys at gas station at bell exploratorium police detained wilson and took h
music from zack brown band from family tools and 1 and only martin short is here with us. short is here with us. >> you make me feel so relaxed >> san francisco police policy could be putting your car at risk of being stolen. in fact vallejo man says it cost him his ride. >> i team magazines and more on hpe itch the victim wilson says the police towed his car and when he went to pick it up it was gone. something the officer did made the vehicle an easy target for a thief. >> driving a rental car provided by his insurance company is not how rick wilson wants to get around. he has no choice. this 1986 ford mustang was his prized possession. >> car had more sentimental >>reporter: it was his. girlfriend's she passed away a few years ago. >> we had a passion for mustang. car club together. >>reporter: back in february wilson and friends were out on the town. they got no a brawl with a group of other guys at gastaont bell exploratorium police detained wilson and took him to park station. they towed his car to the impound lot. auto return on peer 70. >> when i was detained that night
kayfuh and you are now clicked in. >> take a look at this video. dodger pitcher zack greinke as a fractured collarbone this morning after getting into this brawl. he did padres player calls clinton in last night's game in san diego. during the break up a brawl, got a player that kim has some choice words for padres manager bud black. after both teams are back in the dugout, camp, running out toward the san diego dugout and has to be restrained. both dugouts clear again and can't is ejected along with greinke, clinton, and jerry hairston of the padres. >> we have a live look at walnut creek the ride on six a moving well. the commute from the san ramon valley looking good for now. we will be right back. >> 4:45 is the time. a top stores were following on this friday april 12th. a teenage boy has been struck and killed by an amtrak train and alameda county. the train was traveling from san jose to sacramento when the accident happened near severance so. the boy's name and age is not being released at this time. >> police leave the have found a car belonging to the suspect wanted
is that zack greinke out for quite some time. a blow for l.a. for sure. >> we'll await the suspensions and fines to come, right? >>> let's switch gears, talk about the masters, tiger woods shot a 70, same opening score he won with three times. pretty good. >> absolutely. creature of habit. he can't be disappointed in the fact that this started out several of his masters bids. the one master he didn't win by shooting a 70 on the first day, he shot a 74. this is a good start for him. he would like to shoot a little better. the course is playing in a way that phil mikkelson described you have to attack the green bays the. the ball sticking a lot more. look for that today. tiger certainly more comfortable. more relaxed than we've seen him in a long time. we talked about the fact that he has more balance in his life. he has a better idea of how to singularly pursue golf, but at the same time maybe also a little bit, have more of a life, more friends, family that kind of thing and we're seeing it on the course. >> yes, we are you know who was in the gallery? lindsay vonn with a big cute hat
. zack greinke, the pitcher, hit carlos quintin with that pitch. quentin charged the man, you saw him, collided shoulder to shoulder with greinke and greinke's collar pone, his left collarbone is broken. he's probably out for six to eight weeks. quentin is a big guy. after the game, matt kemp and quentin swinged at each other. greinke, he just signed $147 million contract in the offseason. >>> investigators in contra costa county are telling us more about a financial aid scam at a community college. it happened at the san pablo campus of contra costa college. a couple in rich mofernd enrolled 20 people to apply for aid. the couple then took 25% or about $675 of the $2,775 students received in financial aid. but those students never went to class. criminal charges have been filed against everyone involved. >>> 7:37. a chinese bank has pulled out what would have been one of the biggest development projects in san francisco history. it would have transformed the hunter's point naval shipyard with the construction of 12,000 new homes. the same project called for building several high rise
. quentin didn't like that. look at this. >> this is not pretty. zack greinke, the pitcher, hit carlos quintin with that pitch. quentin charged the man, you saw him, collided shoulder to shoulder with greinke and greinke's collar pone, his left collarbone is broken. he's probably out for six to eight weeks. quentin is a big guy. after the game, matt kemp and quentin swinged at each other. greinke, he just signed $147 million contract in the offseason. >>> investigators in contra costa county are telling us more about a financial aid scam at a community college. it happened at the san pablo campus of contra costa college. a couple in rich mofernd enrolled 20 people to apply for aid. the couple then took 25% or about $675 of the $2,775 students received in financial aid. but those students never went to class. criminal charges have been filed against everyone involved. >>> 7:37. a chinese bank has pulled out what would have been one of the biggest development projects in san francisco history. it would have transformed the hunter's point naval shipya
quentin will now miss eight games, eight games for charging the mound after hit by a pitch by zack greinke. greinke was not suspended and will eight weeks with a broken collarbone. another dodger player was suspended one game for his role in the fight. >>> finally, if you are sick of wintry weather halfway through april, i know you guys are, you're not alone. one family in wisconsin turned their christmas lights back on because of the snow. they say the lights will go back off, they'll turn them off once the weather is behind them if it ever occurs. ginger may have insight into that. i don't know. >> and one week from today they'll actually have a new year's party. >> fourth of july with the christmas lights. >> almost got my christmas tree up a year. >> you did. >> i did. it was not a protest. >> just lazy. >> it got pretty dry too. >> i can imagine. >>> we're calling the fire marshal on ron claiborne this morning. >> all right, ron, thank you. >>> well, we're going to turn to the latest on the rising tensions in north korea. the president's top diplomat, secretary of state john kerry on
hard, also played a role on national issues a month of her supporters zack retailer for president. he and alexander stephens who later became vice president of the confederacy. >> host: was like in safari and national politics? guest was heavily democratic state. if you're ambitious company were going to be governor are elected senator. this one's faith is your only hope. so he loses, is able to come back four years later gets all this incredible ex areas. the first and only president lincoln gets to watch before he becomes president himself. >> host: what was the political landscape lake? >> guest: no one would ever believe this, but is intensely paralyzed. the big issues dividing people. people legitimately wonder whether their cover was up to the task. it is very much like his environment. in fact, lincoln was a member of the first congress that had a vote on whether to shut down the government. the slavery issue of it getting tied into it and voted to shut down rather than expand slavery. >> host: was a considered successful? >> guest: i think he was summoned to pay close attentio
. >> if this sounds like something out of a hollywood movie you are on to something who could forget zack close encounter with mike tyson tiger in the hanover. >> there is a tiger in the bathroom. >> far outside the center of the ring. trip to the circus. she will never forget. john mueller abc news new york. >> coming. one device little kids so much they need therapy kids so much they need therapy when >> federal government issued new guide lines today to make it tougher for drivers to become distracted by navigation or other high tech systems in their new cars. the voluntary guidelines advice car makers against installing any system that lets drivers push button or otherwise manuallyen put data while driving. voice activate the systems fine. dot said drivers shouldn't have to take the eyes off the road for more than 2 second at a time. new research suggest it's just as unsafe to use a voice to text mobile app while driving as it is to text manually. texas officials found driver response times were slower no matter which method of texting was used. drivers also spent less time looking a
is disgusting. >> we're talking about general impacts. >> they knew the general i am zacks we've been talking about reduction and available controller hours of 10% for months. >> you didn't tell them which airports, which airlines. >> we told them they should expect significant impacts as major facilities. >> the faa chief under fire for flyers getting hot under the collar. welcome, i'm neil cavuto, and to hear some republicans tell us, the sequestration blame doesn't fly. airlines are now complaining. chicago o'hare on the big frustration and still the big wait, huh? >> nationwide, 2,623 flights delayed so far today. that's according to the flight tracking service flight aware. while many of those were due to weather, the majority of them are considered to be fallout from the sequestration cuts. this morning 45 minute delays in los angeles. 30 minutes in chicago. you can see we're in a afternoon lull but we spoke to passengers flying across the country and experiencing setbacks firsthand. >> you have a schedule you have to keep on, get your connecting flight. i think it's rotten we're paying
to the eagle. tight end zack. goes in the second round of the chargers. niners traded down and pick defensive end out of florida state and then mcdonald tim mcdonaldson out of rice. raiders took offensive tackle and watson from florida state. third round pick raiders they draft c o moore out of connecticut. the matthew he goes 69 for the cardinals. third round pick to san diego and a busy busy day at the draft. that's it for oracle arena war yours down 2. third quarter back with all the highlights and post game tonight at 11:00 on channel 7. >> thanks very much. hope the warriors get it done. later on tonight thank you. >> more to come her tonight on 7 news at 9:00. deal on capitol hill to get furlough air traffic controller back to work. >> pwhaw about the spending cuts impacting millions of others? plus. >> disclose something that was so dear to me. so close to me. so painful for nearly 40 year years. >> boxing legend leonard tells audience about the personal fight of his life to help others in the same situation. >> ♪ if the man who lived the hard life with soft voice. s
dand jackson on his behalf and was only done because he asked for it. he was denied a zacks was the only person i could get rid of him at will. >> michael jackson's show drea good texas air's want their money from aeg. the trial is expected to last between two and four months. it would like to call conrad murray to the stand and they do he plans to take effect so as not to jeopardize the appeal of his manslaughter conviction. >> back in the bay area, hundreds of people gathered on sunday to raise money for earhart, the 11 year- old martinez boy injured in the boston bombings. -- karen haand hiaaron hern the help of a fund-raiser at alhambra high school. money raised will go to the year are not family to help with aaron's recovery. families and friends say he will be back in my team as area and about a week. his 12th birthday is on wednesday. >> welcome back and the time is 66 m. stargazers had quite a shower of the week as there was clearly visible in the night sky. take a look at this video shot outside of philadelphia. you can see the planets webers rings when you get clos
the oath to become a u.s. citizen. zack betancourt went to college with dzhokhar. >> he completely acted american. i didn't even know he was a chechnyan. >> he was a very quiet, cool kid. very smart. extremely smart. classmates asked for help. he helped all the time. he wasn't a troublemaker. >> i thought he was -- he was a really good kid, honestly. he seemed like a good kid. every time i saw him. i like thought he was a nice person. >> reporter: those who thought they knew the brothers from high school, college, from boxing now realize they never really knew them at all. the two brothers, outwardly so different, on april 15th are accused of acting together to bomb the boston marathon. incredibly, just days after the bombings, dzhokhar was spotted back on campus. betancourt saw him at the gym. >> we talked about the bombing for like about five minutes. he seemed very nonchalant. he didn't seem like nervous or anything. he seemed a little maybe tired and off. i asked him how he's doing. he was like yeah, i haven't been doing much lately, so i decided to come to the gym. >> reporter: beta
be out there. orioles, mariners, zack briton out there for the birds. facing former orioles, robert andino, come from the right. seattle taking a 6-2 lead. and buck showalter checking on something. look at this, britain is not looking, oh, right in the shoulder. not a really hard toss but obviously caught briton by surprise. he was checked out. the orioles go on to lose, briton, okay, 6-2, the orioles on the losing end, all right, if the caps are going to advance deep into the stanley cup playoffs it will be a child leading them. 23-year-old holpi, going 10 and one for the capitals. he has experience playing the rangers. last year he stood his own against the wily veteran. he was impressive in his first season. but in the end, henrik lundqvist has the victory. rangers and capitals hope this year will be a different story. >> i imagine he has more confidence, than last year, like we all said he is one of those guys. so mature, he knows how to handle the pressure and get himself ready. it is not necessarily everybody doubting him like last year. and him having to prove himself. now it
they will be without star pitcher zack greinke after he broke his collar bone in a bench-clearing brawl last night. my, oh, my, gee carter here with the "bleacher report." >> good morning, guys. no official word yet but looks like it could be about six to eight weeks. you know zack greinke is an important player to the dodgers. the club just signed him to a fat contract in the fall. six years, $147 million. this brawl went down in the sixth. greinke hit the padres carlos quentin with the pitch. he ends up breaking his non-throwing left collar bone because the two collide football style. the dodgers matt kemp also gets involved in this little brawl. and then he would, after the game, as well, words were exchanged between him and quentin in the club house. tunnel which spilled out into the parking lot. again there's no official timetable on zack greinke's return but a broken collar bone typically takes six to eight weeks to rehab. >>> let's talk a little golf. after one round at the masters tiger woods is not at the top of the leader board but he is playing good enough to be there on sunday. he shot a 2
is zack carabell, a cnbc contributor. rich, what do the charts look like? is it too late to get into cabelas? >> this is a true american success story. we see a stock up 225% from the 2011 low and it's tracking this well-defined trend line. today we're up 14%, breaking out to a fresh all-time high. i'm a buyer oen the breakout alone, but i really like this head and shoulders continuation pattern, within the context of that uptrend. that projects measured upside to $72. that's 12% from here. i'm a buyer of the stock on this breakout. >> does the fundamental side of the picture match up with technicals? >> hunting, fishing, crossbows, it's a bulls's-eye from a technical perspective. one, momentum's in its favor, but the momentum is only in the favor of any stock until the momentum stops. and i'm always uncomfortable getting in front of a company like this after that kind of a momentum, which is the opposite of a technical read. the fundamental issue i have, and this is a personal one, i think gun ownership is fine at a person level. i prefer not to put my money into companies wher
, because there it was a fight and a lot of money involved. listen to this. l.a. dodger pitcher zack greinke hits the batter with a pitch. and he broke his collar bone. greinke just signed before the season and now the fight, do you think that's big? it could be huge if this guy, if he doesn't fully recover to the ability that he has now, who knows the implication. stuart: who does he sue, the player that rushed him, baseball. stuart: stop fights in baseball. the dodgers manager wants the player to be out as long as the pitcher is out. that would be a quid pro quo punishment, huge. charles: unfortunately, sometimes you may have a guy making a million a year is out and the guy making 25 million is out. not necessarily a quid pro quo. stuart: owning a home no longer the american dream. 61% of adults say renting is the new american dream. what? here to explain because he agrees with this premise, anthony is a frequent guest, runs and owns a real estate company. make the case. get out of here. >> what was the old american dream getting a predatory loan-- >> wait a minute, stop it. a piece of the
had its worst one-day plunge in dollars in 30 years. goldman zacks last week correctly predicted the demise of gold, and what matters is they did it in advance of this dramatic fall. although gold had been turning lower over the past year. now they are saying forget gold, it's natural gas, of all thing, that's the new safe haven? so we're bringing in many adam connor, ck cooper corporate finance director. natural gas, adam? listen, natural gas used to be $14 per unit. today it's $4. granted, that's a big move over the past year, but why are they saying that? do you believe that as well? >> well, for the reason that russia's concerned, that we are turning into the next hydrocarbon epicenter in the world. we literally have unlocked all these reserves, especially natural gas, within our own community. and i say community, i say the united states as a nation. so we have the capacity to really take energy into our own hands for one of the first times. liz: but isn't it supply versus demand? we've got huge supply of natural gas. >> we absolutely do. liz: so why, why -- i mean, i see th
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